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This Championship season SuperValu is calling on GAA fans across the country to ‘Support Where You’re From’ by showing their incredible county passion and pride from the safety of their homes and communities. At yesterday’s launch with ambassador Damien Comer, SuperValu announced that they are on the hunt to find Ireland’s most devoted and vocal superfans to give them an opportunity to show the country what their county team means to them. Check out www.facebook.com/SuperValuIreland for more information on how you become one of ‘SuperValu’s Superfans’. 
This Championship season SuperValu is calling on GAA fans across the country to ‘Support Where You’re From’ by showing their incredible county passion and pride from the safety of their homes and communities. At yesterday’s launch with ambassador Damien Comer, SuperValu announced that they are on the hunt to find Ireland’s most devoted and vocal superfans to give them an opportunity to show the country what their county team means to them. Check out www.facebook.com/SuperValuIreland for more information on how you become one of ‘SuperValu’s Superfans’. 

Lockdown helped Comer get back to full strength


By John Harrington

Galway footballer, Damien Comer, believes the Covid-19 lockdown earlier this year has done his body a lot of good.

His 2019 season was ruined by a broken ankle that took longer than expected to heal than expected, but the enforced break from the game earlier this year gave Comer the opportunity to rehab the joint back to full strength.

“It's as good as normal, as good as can be,” says Comer. “Lockdown was actually a blessing because coming into the early League games I'd only got my last surgery last November to get to the pins taken out of it so it took me about eight weeks to get back on the pitch after that. It was the middle of January before I was on the pitch at all.

“When that happened I was playing the first two or three League games and I wasn't confident with kicking or anything so just over lockdown I was getting up here to the primary school, to the pitch, kicking balls and doing runs and stuff. It probably was the bit of the break that I needed in order to get it fully right so that was one of the positives from it I suppose.”